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I talk to Marko Hautala about horror and writing. The introduction is in Finnish but the interview itself is in English. The interview begins around the 3 minute mark.
I talk to the Ladies of the Fright. Here’s the link to listen, and here’s the link to buy Water For Drowning.
My writing resource for English students is now available. Here’s the blurb: Zombie Apocalypse! (for Year 9) Escape from a zombie invasion while learning about different writing forms with 12 creative writing activities. Your students will love the action-packed, imaginative … Continue reading
Ted Grau reviewed Probably Monsters over at The Cosmicomicon and interviewed me, too, both of which you can read here. You can order Probably Monsters here and here.
John Linwood Grant interviews me at Grey Dog Tales as part of the Stranger Seas series.
This is Horror has published the short-list for their This is Horror Awards and – great news! – Probably Monsters is up for consideration as Short Story Collection of the Year. I’m honoured to get in among this load of … Continue reading
Peter Tennant reads and reviews a great many books every year, and I’m delighted to say that he picked out Probably Monsters as Best Collection of 2015. I’m especially pleased because I’ve followed Peter’s reviews for years and he’s pointed … Continue reading
I first stumbled across Jose Cruz when he wrote an astute analysis of one of my favourite Nathan Ballingrud stories. He has since turned his critical eye towards another favourite of mine, Angela Carter’s ‘The Lady of the House of … Continue reading
Mark West has been running a very interesting project called King For A Year, which you can read about here. This week it’s my turn to offer a view on one of King’s works, namely Gerald’s Game which is one … Continue reading